This macro-recording application provides several ways to create simple to complex macros, but the complex, multipane interface may scare off novice users. Those novices will find the macro-creation wizard very easy to use, but advanced users will quickly create macros with an editor that includes a debugger and more than 150 preset commands. You set macros to work in a specific program or in all applications. The macros are easily triggered by hot key, mouse movement, timer, or a floating toolbar. Editing macros is a simple matter of changing the source script, but users must have some familiarity with the command set. The program's interactive demo offers much information but crashes easily if the user doesn't follow instructions. Everyone will find this application helpful, but only intermediate to advanced users will discover its full potential.
MacroToolbar allows user to create macros working in any Windows application and run them on single mouse click from customizable toolbar. The macro complexity can range from simple text insertion to sophisticated applications. Thanks to its strong built-in macro language (150+ commands) it allows you to eliminate most of your everyday repetitive tasks.
What's new in this version:
Version 7.6.2 fixed the problem when commands did not output valid time/date numbers when international (such as French or German) keyboard was used and with "through clipboard" option selected.